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2 Jan 2024

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Canada Infrastructure Bank

Canada Infrastructure Bank launches initiative to support indigenous equity ownership

“Canada Infrastructure Bank launches new Indigenous Equity Initiative” 27 November, 2023

The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) today unveiled details of its Indigenous Equity Initiative (IEI) designed to support First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities in purchasing equity ownership stakes in infrastructure projects within their traditional territories that the CIB is also investing in…

Equity loans to Indigenous communities is part of the CIB's commitment to invest at least $1 billion in Indigenous infrastructure…

Indigenous equity participation across CIB's five priority sectors is expected to involve projects such as clean electricity transmission, battery storage, electricity generation and infrastructure to support critical mineral development…

Enabling Indigenous participation is an important element in ensuring new infrastructure projects across Canada can bring long-term economic benefits to Indigenous communities…

“The CIB's plan to offer Indigenous equity is designed to help First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities to purchase ownership stakes in key infrastructure projects. We look forward to delivering on this initiative and expanding our mandate so we can get more infrastructure built faster and increase Indigenous economic partnership.” Ehren Cory, CEO, Canada Infrastructure Bank